June 14, 2014

Rose of Sharon




 
I could easily say I'm stuck in a 'rut'. But it just so happens that I love painting flowers. It's just that simple... Rose of Sharon is also a simple flower so I've painted them in my white ceramic pot...

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful Barbra and this would be because you are painting what you love from the heart and this will always show, I never tire of viewing lovely floral works

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  2. Thank you Lorraine, I think you make a good point..
    I'm always happy painting flowers .

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  3. I love this painting and your flower paintings. Beautiful. It makes me happy. love to you,Diana

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  4. Yes you've got to love what you're doing, otherwise what's the point.

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  5. This rose is so beautiful and the pot you chose shows it off to it's best advantage.

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  6. Good job Barbra on a lovely painting. Those old ruts are nasty but going to something you love painting like this flower is a great way to turn it around. For me it is a "cow". They help through all the time. Happy painting and thanks for your visit and always appreciated comment.

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  7. How gorgeous!! Love that container too; great limning in purple!

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  8. Just beautiful and you can just stay in that "rut" . I love all your work.

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  9. Thank you for your comments, I appreciate every one.
    I know there will be other subjects, but I've always been happy painting flowers.. BJ

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  10. A very happy painting, it stood out in my blogroll! And it looks even better in bigger format!

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  11. Thank you Judy... I"m glad you like it.

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  12. Dear BJ - I love your rut and like you I am painting flowers...they make me happy and yours do too! Gorgeous my friend. Have a great day.

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  13. This is lovely Barbra, strange that it's pink though - as far as I am aware ours over here are all yellow. They have beautiful gold stamens and berries that turn deep red then purple almost black.

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  14. Thank you Frank , but here in Fl. it has different species that are very much like a hibiscus. and come in all colors, including pink , purple, white.

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